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EE - Digital City Portraits Special commission by EE for the launch of 4G For the launch of 4G services in eleven UK cities, EE commissioned me to create a digital portrait for each city, formed from millions of bits of data as people talked and interacted about the biggest events of the day. Brendan Dawes - EE - Digital City Portraits Brendan Dawes - EE - Digital City Portraits
visual The Startup Universe displays and explores the relationships between startup companies and their founders and investors (Venture Capitalists) since 1990. Startups are grouped into 19 categories, based on the type of products or services they deliver. Each category is represented by an unique color. In addition to that, startups are visually sized according to the amount of financing they have raised, with each individual round displayed as well. Startups are positioned within the main interface on a horizontal interactive timeline, based on the year they were founded. visual
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Kit FUI - Noteloop Fantasy User Interfaces, Fictional User Interfaces, Fake User Interfaces, Futuristic User Interfaces. Regardless of what the F stands for, they all represent the same thing, the user interfaces and heads up displays found in many popular movies and television shows. Most FUIs are not actual computer programs but simply animations being played back at the correct time or added in post production. These graphics and animations are designed in applications like Adobe Illustrator, Adobe After Effects and Maxon Cinema 4D. Kit FUI is an IMDb-like database that makes it easy to find screenshots, videos and the designers of these FUIs.

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Yes, the brand new Conversation Prism is harder, better, faster, stronger…with a new look and design to boot! Order the poster now or download the digital version for free (multiple sizes available). What is The Conversation Prism?

The Conversation Prism by Brian Solis and JESS3

The Conversation Prism by Brian Solis and JESS3
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'Murmur' bridges physical and virtual using sound / @chevalvert @v3ga #raspberrypi Created using Raspberry Pi and openFrameworks , Murmur is a device that enables the communication between public and the projection by simulating the movement of sound waves, building a luminous bridge between the physical and the virtual. The device was designed to collect the murmurs of the public. Referred to “echo’s room”, making reference both to the audio effect achieved and to Greek mythology, it represents not only the key technique of the Murmur device, but also its magical aspect, turning sound waves into light waves. The project is a collaboration between Chevalvert , 2Roqs , Polygraphik and Splank . Project Page 'Murmur' bridges physical and virtual using sound / @chevalvert @v3ga #raspberrypi
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Stupid Calculations This is a $43.8 million dollar painting. Please, dear aesthetes, have a moment to take in and contemplate this “portal to the sublime” with its “iconic and revolutionary zip.” It’s clearly a very serious work of periodic significance. Which is why it’s so very, very deserving of our attention here. We begin with an admittedly vulgar calculation, namely the cost per square foot. Stupid Calculations
Whether it’s the Internet of Things and the rising connectivity among devices, or the use of wireless connections for machine-to-machine applications, you might be considering how this technology affects you and your organization. It’s important to know the sharing of valuable data by devices is expected to become an almost $1 trillion industry by 2020 , according to a report by the Carbon War Room. And in the next seven years, we’ll be measuring the growth in connected devices in more than just dollars. The following is a glimpse of what this technology might mean for your business in the future: That’s a lot of devices. An Interactive Look at Connected Devices in 2020 [INFOGRAPHIC] An Interactive Look at Connected Devices in 2020 [INFOGRAPHIC]
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threadwatch threadwatch What's this? Visualising the MAC-Usage over time, workday. Mostly all opened programms are analysed on Memory/CPU usage. This (not personalised!)
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How Common Is Your Birthday? | The Daily Viz How Common Is Your Birthday? | The Daily Viz UPDATE: I’ve written a clarification about this post here. Please read it. A friend posted an interesting data table on my Facebook wall yesterday, which was my birthday. The data listed each day of the year with a ranking for how many babies were born in the United States on each date from 1973 to 1999.
The Historical Evolution of Europe's Borders The Historical Evolution of Europe's Borders The movie "Epic time-lapse map of Europe" fast forwards a map from the year 1000 AD until 2003 to reveal the dynamic nature of Europe's borders, alliances, unions, territories, and occupied lands. An alternative movie takes a bit longer, but contains useful textual annotations such as the actual year that is shown and the events that occurred. The movie was made with "Centennia Historical Atlas" by Centennia Software. Watch the movies below. Via @tillnm.
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